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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DD2yW7AaZFw K. McGrath explains it in a very sensible way, tough, I am not capable of fully understanding it due to my inadaquate scientific background.

    Quoting him: "When orgasm occurs and the foreskin sensory drive begins to tail off, there isn't enough of it -there isn't enough of it to maintain the inhibition of the glans. And suddenly they feel the most unpleasant sensation of the glans and they want an instant stop of motion. They've either withdrawn from their female partner or if they're still inserted, they say 'For heaven's sake, stop.' 'Don't move'. You know, 'I can't bear'."

    And K. McGrath continues: "This is a very common feature in circumcised men . And it must be devastating for their partners to suddenly have this disconnect of what should be the most joyous moment."

    Does foreskin restoration also help get rid of hyper-sensitive glans and it's related consequance of sudden disconnection? Answers of those who've had sex both before and after restoration with experience of what K. McGrath explains in the video would be of greater importance.

    In my personal experience, my girlfriend keeps touching my glans even after I orgasm, and that really turns me crazy. I am trying to teach her when to stop lol.

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    That is a thought provoking video. Worth viewing, for those who have not yet seen it.

    I too have always been super sensitive just after climax. But now that I have restored enough skin to have whole body climaxes, it doesn't seem to either be as intense, or else it is not as noticeable because the skin provides some cover? Hard for me to know, but I can try and explain a bit more.

    Before I restored, my skin was tight, no movement when erect, no coverage when soft. My climaxes were what many would call "tension climaxes", my body stiffened up, large abdominal muscles contracted a few times, and I was into relaxation phase with a hypersensitive glans. Given a few minutes to recover, I was back and ready for round two.

    My whole body climaxes are a dramatically different experience. Arousal keeps building and makes me want to both stay in place and progress. When I reach climax, my whole body goes through convulsions, over and over, for what seems like a long time, and I keep moving and feeling like I am riding this wonderful peak, until slowly it dissipates, leaving me totally spent and having trouble just raising parts of my body off the bed. Then I lie in a wonderful afterglow for a while, feeling completely satisfied. At time's I notice my glans is hypersensitive, but often I never really notice it. it all seems to depend upon what movements I make and perhaps some random factor.

    I guess my bottom line is it might, partially, but it is hard to say form my experience.

    Regards

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    • #3
      Damn that video depressed me. I've always had this "phantom frenulum" sensation, like there's something there wanting to be stimulated but I can't find it. Unfortunately my circumciser removed every last bit of frenulum, so I'll never get to know what all those specialized nerves feel like

      As for the glans hypersensitivity though, I thought that was a good thing. Since I started restoring, after climax my glans does indeed become almost painfully sensitive... but I love that. I always keep stroking it afterwards because I love the "electrical" sensation it gives. A couple of times I've had it come on during climax, and it was glorious... felt like my dick was going to explode. I was hoping restoration would give me more of that, not less.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by KragDragon View Post
        Damn that video depressed me. I've always had this "phantom frenulum" sensation
        I was hoping restoration would give me more of that, not less.
        I feel you man. We are all going through the same thing. It's very hard for me to bear the hypersensitivity that occurs right after climax. The last time my gf kept stimulating my glans after climax, with her hands, I had reddish spots all around my glans. They've gone away after two days. But that's just me not enjoying hypersensitivity. So, more of it could be cood for you.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by greg_b View Post
          At time's I notice my glans is hypersensitive, but often I never really notice it. it all seems to depend upon what movements I make and perhaps some random factor.

          I guess my bottom line is it might, partially, but it is hard to say form my experience.
          Regards
          We definitely need more answers. Thanks for sharing your wonderful experiences

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          • #6
            My glans is also super sensitive during and right after I orgasm. I usually keep on gliding the skin over the glans a few more times after I ejaculate as I really enjoy that sensitivity. Used to be the same for intercourse before I restarted restoring, but I haven’t had any GF in the last 3 years so I cannot say how it would feel for intercourse. Very curious for my next experience on that front, I’m assuming it will be mind blowing as I’ve noticed so many positive changes already over the last 3 years, so obviously that will also make intercourse like a whole new experience.
            There’s no better feeling in the world than the warm embrace of your foreskin, so KOT!

            Progress gallery @ https://foreskinrestoration.vbulleti...s-report-tlc-x

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            • #7
              During coitus, when i start to orgasm i have to completely stop all thrusting. I have to keep my penis perfectly still. Its almost painful, the oversensitivity. It was like that before i got to CI5 and its the same now.
              if u watch porn youll notice its about 50/50. Somemen can continue thrusting thru an orgasm and some men have to just stop and let the contractions happen without hip movement.

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              • #8
                This issue has come up from time to time on restoration forums. I can only give you my personal experience So-called hypersensitivity (of the glans) during sex does happen after coverage, but for me it happens randomly, and hasn't happened for some time (I don't know why). But here's the thing: hypersensitivity happens only with coverage, and that hypersensitivity is something which I am really happy about because it's associated with sulcus and corona and distal scar musosa, and that is worth everything. That is what causes all-over-body orgasm. Restoration is all about sensitivity. All you have to do is change your technique, not run from it all, deny what Nature gave you for sexual pleasure. Please, restore, it's worth a whole lot when it comes to sexual pleasure. Don't fall in line with the circumcisers, stand tall and restore.

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                • #9
                  Can't say I've ever had this problem, it does get more sensitive, but not so much I have to stop, before restoration or present day.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Reality View Post
                    All you have to do is change your technique, not run from it all, deny what Nature gave you for sexual pleasure. Please, restore, it's worth a whole lot when it comes to sexual pleasure. Don't fall in line with the circumcisers, stand tall and restore.
                    Thank you for you amazing comment. I will keep on tugging.

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                    • #11
                      I am cut (at maybe a CI-2 with no frenulum) and consistently have the experience of glans hypersensitivity when having sex. The glans rarely feels anything sensual outside of climax, no matter how it is stimulated, and always feels hypersensitive during climax if there is any stimulation of the glans during climax. It is quite frustrating not just because of the pain and the absence of pleasure for me at that moment, but because it makes it more difficult to bring the woman I am with to orgasm at the same time as well (as I have to either stop moving or strongly suppress the pain to the point of tears which is obviously not erotic for the woman, so not really an option). I have never had this experience of losing myself in climax that people discuss. I wouldn't say that this is "devastating" for my partners (as the speaker claims is a common byproduct of this problem) as I generally bring her to climax first, but the only way that I can make us orgasm simultaneously is to use strong mental control to suppress orgasm until she is, and then use mental control to make me orgasm at that time. So it is clearly not optimal for me.

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